WestJet’s CEO Says The Airline Is Exploring Asian Routes

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CALGARY, Canada—While most analysts expect WestJet Airlines will initially fly its four Boeing 767-300ERs to Europe—the airline already has two transatlantic routes flown with Boeing 737s, making it a safe bet—CEO Gregg Saretsky told the Aviation Daily that executives have considered deploying them...

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